Thomas Jefferson: ‘Rebellion is as important in the political world as thunderstorms are in the natural world’

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Clay Jenkinson as Thomas Jefferson and John Williams. (WGN Radio)

President Thomas Jefferson joins John Williams to defend his belief that, once in awhile, it takes burning down a post office to get a message across. That’s in reference to the damage and looting that has been taking place across the country over the death of George Floyd and a listener who called in Wednesday, upset with Thomas Jefferson’s promotion of violence.

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